Behind Apple's news of weak iPhone sales lies a sobering truth: The tech industry has hit a tipping point when everyone who can afford one owns one and no breakthroughs are compelling them to upgrade as frequently as they once did
Many of today's jobs did not exist 10 years ago. And a decade from now, technology will likely replace some jobs we do today. What can workers do when machines become a prominent part of almost every industry? VOA's Elizabeth Lee finds out from a technical college in Los Angeles.
Scientists with the complicated task of tracking secret nuclear weapons developments around the world are getting some help from a new and more-advanced artificial intelligence system. Nuclear explosions, even underground ones on the other side of the world, leave signature traces of radioactive gasses. This system helps sort through masses of data to find which radioactive traces are relevant and which are naturally occurring, which are new and which are left-overs. Faith Lapidus reports.